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READING,'OA•I • 140VEMBBli 10, 1868..
TIKt ASRAtiiiIPIA.TION tiCfJl )I E,
The next move on, the political chess
board of the 'Radicals, will probably be
bogus attempt' to assassinate Gen. Grant.
This will be done for the pirposn_of inciting
the tiOrthera people ittgainetßonihein "reb
els" and northern '!copperheads," no as to
pave the, way for, negro starage.and negro
equality, bleeding the people to 'believe
that the negro vote is needed
. to keep' down
"the disloyal element".in the country.
The leading . wire-pullers luiVe
been for some :time preparing the public
mind for . this , movement, by perverting the
meaning of the "sPeicheii'of•Flank Blair, and
other . DemoCraticlenders;and there is every
probability that the b l Ogus attempt to kill
Gen. Grant will bo made before 'or soon after
his intlegitration; ' . on' the 4th of March
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This attempt linty bo only alaree t 'but it
may possibly be . serious affair for Grant
himself.. In ease ho iltould refuse to bo
controlled hy.the ultra Radicals, ns will per
'haps he the case,tho &tempt:to hill bun may
Im carried out in earnest. '
ThOre is no donor of the aitSassination of
(ion, Grant by the DeinOCrets or the South
ern ex•-reliels. Any sensiblo man in the
Nortlyind any sonsiblo ex•rebel in the South,
would sooner ho ruled • by n coot soldier like
Grant than tired-hot, negro-lovieg, , : Know-
Nothing Badtcal lift° Colfax.' 'We therefore
predict that the real or ptetended attempt
to assassinato,flen. Grant will be niado by
tools of his Own party'. There aro plenty of
(leveret° men *he could be bought to do
such a deed, and plenty Of fanatics who
s tindortaktit for the notoriety which
the assaisination of Lincoln gave to 'Booth.
The men who'atten►pted to. poison Senator
for voiitig against the removal of President
Johnson,' and, who, tinder the pretence of
being Southern sympathizers,nrged the fana-
tic Booth to'kill the easygoing Lincoln,
for the purpose of putting "a man of more
firmness," as they hoped Johnson would be,
in hie place, are•wicked enough to 'do any
Taking OF these things into consideration,
our readers may expect a "sensation" in re•
gard to tho assassination of the Pr'e'sident
elect, es among the first of the Iladical de
vices to incite the people of the North against
their : unfortund(e, downtrodden countrymen
in the Southern States. .
INOBEASE OF THE NATIONAI f HE T.
For the'pa9t . few Maya, the Radical jour
nahl have been boaNing of st decrease of the
'national debt during the month of
frhe'reported detrease of the debtis another
piece of deception oti the part of the
iulu. They are "robbing Voter to pny Paul"
—borrowing from Novianber to give to Oe
The ease is thus explained by the Phihi.
Evening Herald of Saturday:
"This morning the journals printed the
October statement of the debt', On the fnee
it would uppear,thati the debt had been Ili.
(laced $7,61.1,160 I,3,the sum total being $2,-
627,129,662 82, hut the real fact is that the
debt has ttetnally_been inereased at least 20,-
000,000. On the day the statement bears
date, $:10,000,000 of coin for interest due
was itetluded in the Treasury balance. Thus
the pulpit+ are lulled to apathy While their
load IS Increased."
Thu'hiln. Daily News of Saturday says :
"The monthlyen) t the public
debt, is much more' favorable than was ex
pected, and shows !with what unrelenting
purpose the bleeding of the public is contin
ued. As' compared with the statement of
October the debt is reduced 57,514,1(16 13,
the sum total, after qducting the balance in
the treasury, beiug . ,52,527,129,552 82. It
must be borne in mind, however, that about
thirty millions of coin fer interest duo on the
day the statement bears date is included in
the treasury'balanee, wWh, if deducted, as
it is proper to do,iwould'shoW an increase of
upwarda of twenty millip:na of dollar's, The
com-barance in the treasury wfis one kendred
and three millions, whilst the cdrrencY bal•
once was reduced to less than ton and a half
Toil on, taxqtyerit, for the end is not yeti
But gain aS many Democratic' Congressmen
in 1870 as you have done in 1808, and you
linty lighten your burden at last
will be seen by reference to our advertising
columns, that Mr. Charles D. Elliott offers
for-sale the one-third interest in the Evening
Dispcitch, published in this city.. This is an
excellent opportunity • for an active and en•
erica° editor or printer -of the Republican
faith. , The Evening Dispatch iathe . only Re
publican daily iti.Readingovith a good eircu
lation and an extensive advertising patron.
The editorial corps of this city will sustain
a loss in the retirement of Mr. Elliott; to
whose energy and ability the Dispatch owes
much of its present prosperity. It is hie in
tention to engage iu other business. We
wish him abundant success in . whatever be
&ascent for the EAoLe.
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~ 'irtss Pon . W. •Fousrrna is editress and
pro:prietress of the Liberty (1a.,) Advocate,
which was forrfterl yubliskell by 4,r father.
lie'is now in iiii/r " altb, a 4 she is lifter-.
wined to suppotk in bitleciiiikag tiara:
Sn4ceSs to 1 i nobetiortaN 4 t . i?
r - ---- i--- - a-iii- tl. tk ~,,i
Tne attempt to.take the life of John H.
Sutatt has failed, and • he has been dia.
cbat:ged. Who will lie the next: victim of
LirFßPm g ' Nev. 7:— Information has
loin received here - stating that the bark
Nate Darton, Captain Slocum, of St. Johns,
New Brunswick, from Liverpool for nom•
bay, was burned at sea 'on September 28.
The captain, second mate, nd tell 'of the
crew had arrived at St. Belem, but the fate
of' the rest of the crow is un nOwn.'
Nais, Nov. 7 . .—The ex-Queen of :Spaia
and suite have arrived here.'
Baussimp, Nov, 7.—The Madrid eorres,
poUdent of the Independence Beige writes
to that journal that the Provisional Govern
ment, of Spain will ,entertain no, proposals
froyn tho United. States looking 16. the pur•
chase of Cuba., ,
MADRID, Nov. 7.—On the advice . of the
Generals of the army, the Provisional Go
vernment will immediately despatch a forCe
of 6000 men, with four batteries of
tillery, to Cuba, to suppresithe insurrection
gamut, Nov. B.—Mitrahal Serrano has
etutfirnied the appointment of‘General Prim
ns eomMander-in•Chief of the Armies of,.
Spain. A brigade, of infantry will sail for
° Havana on the 15th inst. General Wee
has postponed his departure for Cnbn until
111,trot1o, Nov. B.—At a meeting of repub=
liens in that city yesterday, it WWI decided
that the party should vote against a iron•
'welly at the coming' election.'
Prim has issued a circular to the military
commanders, .rewinding them that it is not
proper that Soldiers should take part in'po•
IsmooN t Nov. 8.--Deapateltee from Italy
report that the Papal army continues to be
depleted by, tleaertione l .which ai o .on the in•
AVM At' , .
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LISBON, Nov. account has just been
received here, announcing the almost cora
pleto annihilation of the Portuguese in
Mozambique, South Africa. 'line expedi-
tion, which consisted of about six hundred
soldiers, with artillery, &e., was sent into
the interior of that country, and was
attacked by natives mid nearly all the
soldiers killed, and their artillery, &c.,
captured. Only sixty mon escaped to the
seacoast with their lives, • . .
- The Trenteury Depart!hens.
Affairs in the Treasury Department in re
ference to the-investigation of fronds, are in
a considerable muddle. The . President is
determined to have,_if possible, a fulltinves
,tigation of the frauds perpetrated, lot the
blame fall where it may, - But n strong and
apparently almost invincible combination
exists to prevent the ,truth from being ascer
tained. Nut only every officer but every wit.
nets whais willing to testify to prosecute the
offence, is at once subjected to the merciless
prosecution of an unscrupulous combination,
which includes some of the
officers of the Cliovernment. The Congres•
sional .committee has lent its aid to this coma
binntion, anti done all in its power to arrest
and tuppress investigation, but the proceed.
ing is to be earried out.
9Exp'sAl. Oninntissiouer of the
I 1 ednun ' s Thirean, has. submitted his
annual report. it shows an expenditure of
$3i(177,000. The're were expended for school.
purpose's $600,000:, of which sum the freed"-
men paid $0,000; Northern benevOlent
societies $700,000, mid the Thum $94,009;
He thinks them is no necessity for contimi•
ing the Ilitreawbeyond the time fixed by law,
Jan. Ist. , lie prOposes to Continue the freed
men's hospitals at Washington, llichinend;
Vicksburg, and New Orleans, and estimates
the expense of so doing nt , $OO,OOO. The
educational work among th? freedmen, mid
the supervision of their chinos for collection,
is to be continued until Congress takes
further action in the \natter.
(IRANI' "I:EACV I I is bcig illustrated in
Florida. The Governor, Reed,refuses tore
cognize his impeachment by the, Legislature
of that State, and declares it an illegal body.
Lieut. Governor Gleaseb having attempted
to'obtain pdssession of the plxccutive office,
has, with the Secretary pf State, been lined
1)y the Governor for conspiracy against the
Government. Both the Governor and Lieu
tenant Governor have issued prOclamations,
the first asserting his position, and the lat
ter declaring himself acting Governor. The
Legislature has adjourned until January.
A WHALIMISETTLESIENT established three
a half years ago at Exeter Sound, in Davis'
Straits, North America, has proved "unsuc
cessful. Thirty »ien, with ample stores /
implements and everything needed for coin,-
fort, were taken out, but the experiment
has been attended only With loss. Lust sea;
son twenty•two walruises were eaptured,,
am: seven more this year. A few seals were
also killed, but during the whole time the'
settlement has been in existence not a single
whale has been captured.,_ The ekperitrient,
which hqs cost $50,000 tti $60,000, has been
given up, nd the men have returned to
England. . .
Niw Music.—We have received from D.
Faulds & Co., 639 Main street, Lou's
vile Ky., three pieces of excellent music;
entitled "Why be vo so Sad at Heim,"
(Hilda Waltz Song,) "The Mountain Bell
Polkas," and - "The Absurdity of Five
0' lock in the Merning." This enterprising
firm have on hand all kifide of Music and
Musical instrumenta l at the lowest prices.
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tgIIGICAPIEM 1 i 1 .1
~, Pix 4,'
• • • • TUIRSDA,r ik :': ' • *'- '.': - Y 4 - '', ;.. A
\ in 'Arras despatch sap tiatib ti ., .
•I • ;
~(eared ip . pat State, and the GesarnerAitt
•iirdered' tip raising of a large militia (prat
41144 $e no new deyeloitneiits reititill*g •
the cciiatli4 ot antheritj in . Florida. •,' :, :' '
Hon. Joseph Howe has.publishtd a leiter
to, the Aovu Seothips, declaring it,uspleas to
iceep up the struggle against the Confedera
A tidal wave in the iidend 'of Hawahait de/
atroyed a number of houses and caused con
siderahle lois. The Board of Health have
ordered the vaccination of the, whole popu
lation of Honolulu.
• The Bentley Springs Hotel and cOttageis,
in Baltimore county, Md., were' harried on
Saturday, lons $40,000. '
The emigrant steamer Palmerston, front
Hamburg . for New York, has put back to
There were heavpiew*nd rain storms in
Kansa's and Missouri iiiterday.
The Supreme Lodge of the "Knights of
Pythias" is in session at Wilmington, Dela
The TentlessOe Legjelatur met yesterday
but bad no quorum.
:rho Governor of Georgia has issued a
proclamation offering $5OOO reward for the
arrst and conviction of those who killed
Sheriff Ruffin, at Augusta, on election day.
Speaker 'Colfax bas arrived in )Vaahing•
It, is announced., from Washington' that
Secretary McOulldch may make an addition•
al,issue of 8 per cents.
An earthquake amok occarrcd at Victoria,
Vancouyer's November 4. Fro.
quont earthquakes have occurred in the
Sandwich ; Islands,,and a sea wave has
strOyed'considerable property at ilawahah.
An insurrection ,has occurred at Ilawa
haii, iu the Sandwich Islands, growing out
of an attempt of the Sheriff to arrest a
" prophet" who predicted the end of the
world.'; The ; Sheriff ; was 'killed, and several
of 'assistants badly wounded.
There Was a great popular demonstration ,
in - Cork, Ireland, Sunday, on the ocea• .
Mon of thq funeral, of James Mountain,
who is suppesed;to hays held a projnineat
'position in the Fenian organization. Over
six thousand men and women followed the
remains to the cemetery. Mountain (or
'tnerlyresided in the United States, and wes
a delegate to the Fenian Convention held in
Chicago in November, 1803.
A number_ of wrecked Japanese were re:
scued froM St.'Peter's Island by the whale
ship Rotch. They had boon on the island
eighteen months, living, on birds' eggs mid
The rebellion in Cuba continues. The
country is ravaged by robbers, under the
name of revolutionists. The insurgents
have seized the mails and assassinated one
mail catrier. Only, the Estero District Qf
the Island is in disorder./
Advices fretn Paraguay state that the
allied fleet is befoto Asuncion, , the
allies hope for the surrender of the city.
• . Tax store "of the Working Men's Clo-operit;
tive Sooiety,in Halifax, England, is a hand 7.
some stone:building, erected a :cost Of
$lOO,OOO. The basement contains seven
,to the society—a buteher'sea
provision, a boot_ and shoe, a linen draper's,
a grocer's, a woollen draper's and a tailor's.
On the second floor are coffee rooms for , the
members of the society, male or female,
reading rooms, a dining room, and a amok
ing room. Various other convenionaos aro
provided for the fortunate association, and
the whole building, it is stated, is fitted up
with nn elegance and a liberality not Sur
passed by the best London clubs.. The aeso
elation has a farm ,of , sixty acres, situated
about a mile from Halifax, where grain is
grown and sheep are, raised. The members
and their families !gip out to this spot and
enjoy themselves at rural festivals. The as•
sociation commenced operations inl&lp,and
lived through a long period of , discotirage
ment:, ''At present the association numbers
live thousand members. Its yearly sales,in
1860 had reached $600,000; its profits $60,-
000, exclusive of a sum set apart for books,
lectures and newspapers,' • •
A HISTORY of tho ' slave trade earrried, on
with the port of • Charleston from 1804 to
1808, taken from the Custom-house records,
has recently been published. The whole
number of slaves brought into Charleston
during theyeriod nientioned amounted to
38,770.. Of those 19,049 were• brought in
English ships, 679 by Frenehmen, and 8163
in American vessels.
PETF.RR' PARLOR COMPANION for the Flute,
Violin and Piano, for - November, contains:
"Genevieve de Brabant,"" 'And' "The Sensa•
tion Lancers," each comprising an excellent
selection of l ively Rirs. Published by J, L.
Peters, Box 6429,
,New York pity.
PETERS' MONTHLY GLEE Hive for No
vember, contains :."Starting for Palestine,"
"You've been a Friend to "Thou Art
the Way," "If You love Me, Do my Will,"
"Now our Mailer is Approaching," "We
Swear to be True to aßrother," 'Ladies,
We areßunters Free," and "Mile To-day
and Frown To-morrow," all excellent pieces.
J. L. Peters, ,i)ublisher, Box '5429, New
PETERS U.. S. MUSICAL REVIEW.—The
November Number contains the following
choice NO , Music : "A Heart that beats
'only, for Thee," and "When I • went -Home
with Belle," two hew Songs by the 'author
of "Nora O'Neal ;" a Sacred Song. by Bish
op, entitled ° "Seek and ye 'shall find;"
"Pleasant Thoughts • Maiurka," by Chas.
Kinkel,. and "Loves of the Angela . " a
beautiful March by Packer. This . Iloilo is
written especially for the REVIEW, antis
published in sheet form at a ,coat - of $2.40.
In addition' to the Music, the 'following
rending matter . .appeara: Poetry—Auttimn
Festivals; and Nellie ,• Soldiers' Music;
Popular Songs; Early'Years of Meyerbeer ;
What are the. Bells Saying; Our :Village
Annals ; Music in :Poetry; ./Egthetie Mb
nian New" Music -; 'Review, etc.--making
in all 32 large pages; -
The REVIEW is published by J. L. Peters,
198 Breadwty, New York, at' $2 per year.
Sample Copies, - 25 Cents.
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KLINE, EPPIIIINER & CO.
CHAIN LAIN SHAWLS,
MISSES' SHAWLS ,
Also is Stock, a full assortment of Silk Vel
will be so'd by th e, yard t , or made to order in
at short nlice and moderate prices.
rsoIII9ALE. new three-atom BRICK HOUSES.
es. 503 an, 505 South Fifth street. $ rooms.
A ,2 nevi ti o•stert FRAME .1101Ji3M in tiouth
Tenth "'treat. near the' Cotton • Terme OM)
Possession immediately. Apply to'
J. B. ORIESINGER,
nov 10-3 to 415 Chestnut street.
—One , third interest in the Dam. EVENING Dia-,
PATO% published ill the flourishing elf
i of Read
ing Pa.. the only Republican dailY in orke coun
ty; s offered for sale. The paper bail ateireulatlon
of over 2.000; and is doing a eourielibig bißigiess.
This is a rare' chance for a live. energetic young
man. Reason for selling—a desire to embark ia
l otber business. Address •
CHARLES D. ELLIOTT.
Evening Dispatch Office.
'THE OELIERATIRD LIOHTHING CALCUTiITOR,
f New York city, will give his Grand Select Free
Entertainment, at Keystone Ball, on Tuesday
Evening, Nov. 10. This is entirely free. Let all
merbants, bookkeepers, clerks, ito m ace., Wm!,
Doers open at 7 o'clock; Lecture at = n94l* •
- 11LTOTICE is hereby given, that the_partnership
111 lately subsisting between Obas. W. L. licrffedits
and James Ruth, of the city of Reading, under the
firm of Holfedits k Ruth, was dissolved on the 31st
day of October, 1868. by mutual consent. All debts
owing to the said partnership aro toile received by
the said Jamerituthi arid all demands cin,the raid
partnership aro to be presented to him for payment.
CHARLES W. L. HOFFEDITZ,
11.—The - business will hereafter be continued
by Imes Ruth, at the epme Plaoo.
moVll43t* JAMES RUTH.
F RESH CANDY 1
A large altiortopt of
. CHOICE FRESH CANDY
Just roooived, vrlti - oh bo sold chow Pleaso
o ve me a c a ll, at No. 030 Penn street. •
nov 9.3 t , ISAIAH HAMM
KEYSTONE OPERA HOUSE.
TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 17TH, 1808.
On which Occasion the following Artists will ap,—
MAD. BERTHA JOHANNSEN,
Organist of St. hones' Church.
Tickets to be had at E. A. Berg's Music Store, 40f3
maystreet, 2d floor, where a diagram of the all
mav be seen.
Doors open at 7 o'clock ; Concert to commence at
8. nov 9.td
GRAND RAFFLING MATCH
TWO 'FAT HOGS
At the Drovers' Mid Mr. Eightk & iroehington ate.,
ON HATURDAY EVENING NEXT, NOV. 14TH, 18(18.
The highest number of Heads thrown takes first
choice, lowest number takes second choice. Tick
',eta 25 cents.
CITY OF READING
‘O D S
for sale, at a Discount: Enquire at
FARMERS' NATIONAL BANK.
sept 211-3 mos
WEDDING ,CARDS, &c.
of all kinds, may be bad at the Emil:Nice.
Elettretypes Ann!shed ifikstr.ed.
/II *as be 4040 the most beilught44l st . tao 10r . 40 Wok. APPLY Itthe X 4410
lILACK CLOTH CLOAK;
crillicFnLLY CLOTu CLOAKS,
wernli nEAvgitCLOAKS,` .
CHILDREN'S eLOAKS, •
81.1.1c' VELVET 'CLOAKS.
vets, Velveteens and Cloaking Clothe, which
the most durable and feeluoanble manner ! ,
10110AIRDINliiir-Two•or ;three gentieinian 'eta be
.x..skooommodated with board. at 739 Pena street.
• .nov 7 2.w
1110 ALL 'WUOMIT
1 114 LY ,
is hereby giren, not to loatianythiug. o
tore trust to my wite , Esabella. in my name, as
eh I not pay aur I
debt of her contracting. she
ha in left my bond atutheil with' faqir's*.
uov 7-3 t • Ryg BAAS.
JOSEPH_ REBEPIZZ i ' i
17 • j
READING. PA .
hos constantly on hand the
itg well as all klndiofuipit and salitiess, flyer
puddink blood paddtd• irankfort hwattan ,
mason &0., all of wbi 4h will be sold at the lowest
prices. • • ,
noy.s-3m • • • •
WA L L
SAIIILLER , TEREIN i ,
:Assisted by thq
Tiseadtiy. tlisyeaster Jolts;
floats roR ONN ONNTLEMAN AND tiO LADINSI $l.
PROOBANUS—PART 1. •
CONCERT AND TABLEAUX.
pis+ 2: •
", • pALL. . •
• All our old filende and puttees with their fami-:
lios arc respectfully invited to attend. Tickets OAR
be had of the COMLNttect,
PI L. BISIIINOER,
•OA L SCHOEN&
pH, TZ MAYPIL •
• nor t 44lt . 11..0. REIN, • •
N EW GROCERY & PROVISION STORE ;
AnnpAttieo pilbliatdAt tie tuts opeAed
GROCERY k P ROVISION STORE
at the N. E. Corner of Eighth and Franklin Ste.,
where he will keep constantly on and a largo and
well selected Stock of Groceries, Provisions,
whichle will soli at the lo*ast tuarket victuile.
are of public, patronage is rospooty "
A A solic
ited. Country produce bought and sold.
••r J.-D. MOIL .
N. E. Corner Eighthriad Franklin.:
GEN. TAYLOR HOUSE I
Within a Square of the Upper Neio ko'rk Depot.
J. A. NUAEPPEII, Proprietor. .210-3 m
BUCKWHEAT FLOtiR I
BAR HART & KOCH
Have Just rece ved 10,000 poundad the best
MOUNTAIN BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
Which they will Pell out, wholesale and retail;
Also, constantly on band the best
FAMILY AND. BAKERS' FLOURS,
Ail - kinds of Feed, Kiln Dried Corn Meal, kc., &e:
Oct 30-2 w Nom. 22, 1 21 and 26 North Eighth street,
IMPORTANT NOTICE 1
THE GOOD WILL FIRE COMPANY,
OF ALLENTOWN I PA.,
Would hereby annolfrice to the citizens of Reading
that; owing to a considerable number of tiokets re-,
'they unsold as *OF 64 coupons nnretulnzod i
they are compellr to postpone . the driiwinii until
the 22d of Deem er. Tickets can be had, for a
short time, of ,Rlechard, Agent. V/Itlr and .
Harrow 'hotel; and at &Wichita dr &O.
.1 3 ENHA4tT & GRIM% " - t
OBNiatA . ?;•' Rama lii
Maoldnists' and ilennuiii*nrere Wuppitoir
No. #37t AID 629 yuinu.tw Arm%
941 North Eighth Street,
BARNHART &, ,KOOll,
v.TAA.Z3`.:S 1.• 3 3. A i'?: 1 7t l 1., ,, 7.:KAT. --
* i3OntAt l ,c l P9o ,B YITERB)
4 oofitinh' German .Tonto,
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TAsi Chu. Remedies for all Diatasts of GU
i : :1/Aper t t.Stontachior Dirstire '
ii o Olifita j tilleilllttli ...Bitterl3
eintapiwed ot th.k PltregLar Vtltg fec
7,4 pa ArlfwmtinailrorMint:
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1100FLAND'S ORNIIAN TONIC
th oombhuitlon of all the int redlentsofthe
Zeitit the: qualitt wf Sotto
ae.;su onwordie most Await e a
to rented es ever offend to the public,
OSe preferring a • Medicine ftee from Alectcli e
ed !glares wilt q•
Those who have no objection to the eocabiastioa
lathe Mutat. as IWO. w .use
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11,60FLAND'S GENAtAN TONIC
They are both equally 4004. Sind contain the
game medicinal vitt:tes t i he cholas between th e tea
being a mere matter or test°. the Tonle betas th e
o etotuso, from yerletY of otte*, sach
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous DOWRY,. ere„very apt to have its tanotiocut detwatted. 'the Lie
ilisympithising Radom/11y as It does wile the
mach, then beoemcwifiketed,- the retalt ot
w leh fa that the pat Sat suffers from moral er
more or the following Wales:.
Qeymption. Flatuletioe. Inward Fello w
i t a Blood to h e Head, Aolditt ?f the Stomach.
ausei, eartburn, Dismal et tatal,,all
- or Yeighi in the 87ach, mut
h;ruolations, inking or !tittering
'` at the Pit of th Stonteph, whtming of
Ilarripj or DiOloultlitvathinv,
Muttering at the Heart t Choking or Sulfoest.
tug: Sensetions when_ in a ying Posture, Dimness
of Vtru. Dots or Wsha ofq4o ?she % Datt ,
Pal Lu v ill i tikeeflich 0 elettre
• t on, Y °lige non ;Iv/
Pa to th Kidd Theok. Ohe ./Aulbs;•e 0.,
Sudden Pius es oiliest, Burning 'nth° hitch.
Consteut Imaginings of /411, and throat
; Derresstou of SPitibt.
The su ff erer from these Mafiosi* ehenia eierchs
Okagroatost caution in the sotectioe 'o( &rimed;
for his caso, purchasing only that, 'pion ho p ar
sured from hie investigations a tti ll itteuirles, pot.
-sasses true merit, is skill9friily Ownpoundthl, h
free fr om injurious ingre 'Hants, and establish
ed for itself a reputation of the ciao of disessai.
In ihis connection tire mould pul*J 0913 - will- --
knevn remedies— • - • ,: I % , - ~" f
1100MAND'S °ERMAN. lIITTERB
HOOFL A ND'S 0 HRMAN TGQIIO
[r e , SIMARD ST Pm cad i JAoceox, Philkdi!gbis,Pn
Thirty-Avg years since they were fret iqtrodgod
nt4 this country from tiermettryi during avoid tim
, hey have undoUbtedlY porforauakniere one, lei
Jenefitea inaering humanity to a grantor entem i
00 any other romedien known to the public.
These remedies will offeolual i ! i y cure Live ; Com-
Ve if il t iq, a ,
u a ti r l 4l ° l6 D og. 1evier.°111,0..04. :7 al
Kt neys L add ilDiseitasi arising 'nom 1 Dip
er erg 4 !4,tYgr.. i titouateh oc atoning.
' 11, E I3l'l'l # 'l TY.
i ßeaultingkora any .43twie nhatever l Prestration
, lof the tigsteta t 11 1 ,4Poed Preglr,ore Labor,
Hardships, Ktposuro, Fevers, ko. '
Ihero is no medicine extant equal to these repa
id es In such ,aases'.,. A tope andlviger in impigrted'
rhe. whele gyanni, theAapotite issirengtheh
e b tild is enjoyed, the itometeh digests properly, li
blood is ,pgrilled,, the complexion. becomes son
• and healthy, the yellotr thige is 'eradicated from
the eyes, a Woman give,' to the clocks, and the
Weak and nervous invalid becomes a strong end
healthy baths. '--
PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIFE,
'Arid feeling 'the hand. of 011ie Weighin hull)
thattheta with all 14 attendant Ills
_. wi l t An 4 is
e use of this IIiNTERS; or tho TONIO , an fth
will instil now life into their veins, restore it
ai ineasure the energy mud ardor of more rood*
46gs, build up their shrunken forms, and gift
health and happiness to their remaining year;
' It la a well established fact that fully ons•lielf of
the female portion of ourrulation are seldom le
the enjoyment of good health, or, to IDO their
own expression. "never feel well. ' They no
largrPid, evoid of all energy, extremely hereon,
sy nave no appetite.
o' this class of persons the BITTERS, or tiu
T N IC, Is especially recommended,
IVEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by the use of either of lbws
rotnedies. Thep will cure every case of MARAS•
biLJS, without fall.
Thousands of eertificates have accumulated . it
the hands of the proprietor, but space will allow oi
the publication ef but few, Those, it wilt be ob'
served, are men of note, and daub standing An
they must be believed.
Goorgo W. Woodward,
Chief Justice of the Supreuie Court, writeh
"1 And Hoofland's German Bitters is aped tool( ;
useful in diseases atilt) A digestive organs, and of
:great benefit in cases oflidebility, and want or
nervous actton in the system.
Hon. Jamoe Thompson, •
Judge of the Supreme CourtofPeunßylvoiL
"I consider Midland's Harman Bitters a calla
ble medicine in case of attacks of indigestion or Os
pepsia. I can certify this from my experience °fit
You JAMES ra, ect
' • From Rev. E. D. Feudal!.
All o stant Editor Christian Obronielo,
have derived decided benefit from the use of
flands• German Bitters, and feel it mYPtifilellt
to recommend them as a most valuable tonio,to sit
who are su f f ering from general debility, or from
dishases arising from derangement of the liver.
Yours, truly •
1 13. D. YONDALL.
Frain Rev. Joni* H. Kennard, D. D..
Pastor of the Tenth Baptist Church, PIA 14
DR. JAOICSON.-DRAR SIR have beenfrequeut ,
ly r7uested to connect my name with mow
men aticuis of different kinds of medicines, but*
girding this • praettee‘Tas out of my aeProtri•
ate sphere, I have in WWI oases declined 4 I but
with a clear proof in various instances, and 1401 0 '
utast) , in my own family,_ of the use of Dr. llool•
lang e German Bitters, • I depart for once from Dv
usul course to express my full conviction OOP
general deb il ity . oldie otter n, and opecially for kW"
arnida int, it is a sale and valuable preiMtatios. 10
some cases It may fail; but usually, I doubt not, it
will be very beneficial to those wbosufer from Os
Yours, very respectfully.
• .1.14 KENNARD,
Eighth, below Coates 01,
CAUTI 9 N .
'ffoodfisnd's Ferman Remedies la re coaiderfeltod.
See that the signature - 1A °W. M..lAUKBOttliga
torthe wrapper °teach bet-Aldo. All °then arect‘aa•
r Prin elt cipal Office and Mantifaeteiry, fhb &raw
Medicine Store, No. 631 Arch Street, Pbiladelybit.
CHARLES M. EVA.NB;Froprietoe ,
Formerly C. N. JACKAON . A CO.
. . ,
- , PRICE.
Hoojfaxd's German Biaere,per bottle, - - $ 1
I • ill "
:ltootand's German Ibnie, slut up ilittart, bottla
$ll9 Eft bottle, or a half dggen for 60.
1 LW.Pollot forget to examine wilt e attlelo in
buy. la order to getthose n nulAL • • • , '
PRILADiLPHIA, March 18, 1887,
FOR SALE BY ALL